After nearly four months the first of six St Clair home owners - whose properties are considered too dangerous to inhabit - has been able to return.
Noise complaints have more than tripled since a new class of container ship started berthing in Otago Harbour last year.
The public is being kept in the dark about the true condition of a historic Dunedin church marked for demolition, a heritage developer says.
A digger sits idle on top of the rubble from old Tomahawk School (left), which was demolished earlier this week.
Another airline is reducing one of its routes out of Dunedin.
A Dunedin woman says it is embarrassing a visiting pipe band practising in a city park was told to stop after someone complained about the noise.
A major international shipping company is seeking a solution to a noise problem that is causing sleepless nights on both sides of Otago Harbour.
The chairman of a Dunedin rugby club say he feels exonerated after a committee found there is no evidence he or his club were breaking any liquor licensing laws.
Out with the old, in with the new. Aurora Energy's new Carisbrook substation, which will supply electricity to about 3600 homes in South Dunedin, is officially open.
Plans to remove "unsightly" graffiti from the historic gun emplacement on the Otago Peninsula could be seen as a form of censorship, a Dunedin street art enthusiast says.
Aurora Energy will spend an extra $42 million on its network during the next 10 years.
Phil Davison does not know if the cancer growing inside his chest will kill him.
Dunedin's Muslims are outgrowing their spiritual home so are asking for help to upgrade the space inside and increase the safety of their mosque.
Revealing long-repressed memories and deepest, darkest fears on stage in front of friends, family and strangers is not for the faint of heart.
Live coverage of the national remembrance service being held in Christchurch on Friday will be shown in Dunedin.
The Dunedin City Council has signed up to a set of global sustainability goals, though some councillors are questioning whether it is really necessary.
The Dunedin City Council has reiterated its support for the Otago Polytechnic and its chief executive Phil Ker.
More pressure is being applied to the Government to come up with a national policy on e-scooters as the Dunedin City Council votes to give itself greater controls over the increasingly popular form...
Dunedin will soon follow others cities, including Auckland and Christchurch, and require e-scooters companies to hold a licence and pay a fee to operate.
You might not like what she has to say but British comedian Sajeela Kershi still wants to make you laugh.